n. (context surfing snowboarding skimboarding slang English) A young surfer, wakeskater, wakeboarder, snowboarder, skimboarder, skateboarder, or kiteboarder.
Grom, meaning 'thunder' in several Slavic languages, may refer to:
Grom ("Thunder" in Polish) is the second studio album by Polish extreme metal band Behemoth. It was recorded and mixed from December 1995 to January 1996 and was originally released in January 1996 through Solistitium Records, and later by Pagan Records. The album is Behemoth's last release before their shift into a death metal sound.
The Grom (meaning "thunder" in Polish) is a man-portable air-defense system produced in Poland. It consists of a 72 mm anti-aircraft missile set with a flight speed of 650 m/s, as well as a single-use launcher, re-usable gripstock and thermal battery coolant assembly electric unit. The full name of the system is PZR Grom, PZR standing for Przeciwlotniczy Zestaw Rakietowy (literally anti-air rocket-propelled system).
It is designed to target low-flying helicopters and aeroplanes. As such, the Grom missile is used by other surface-to-air defence systems of Polish design, including ZSU-23-4MP Biała, ZUR-23-2 kg and POPRAD self-propelled artillery system. It should not to be confused with versions of the Zvezda Kh-23 air-to-surface missile built under licence in Yugoslavia/Serbia as the Grom-A and Grom-B.
Gromart S.p.A., traded as Grom, is an Italian gelato company based in Turin. Grom's first Italian store was established in 2003 by Federico Grom and Guido Martinetti. It had further expanded internationally and established branches in several regions, namely New York City, Los Angeles, Malibu, Paris, Jakarta, Osaka and Dubai.
On 1 October 2015, the consumer goods international Unilever acquired the company for an undisclosed fee.
Usage examples of "grom".
A giant crunch came from the rear end and left Grom momentarily dazed.
Grom shouted, and the bartender had no objections when Grom stepped behind the bar to help him man the tap and shove beer mugs across to the eager customers.
The sheriff followed Grom inside and sat without invitation in an easy chair in the parlor.
That was when I remembered that I had seen Grom on the TV when I was with Moroza.
Before Dawn Summens came onto the scene, Greg Grom had been awash in women.
Greg Grom was highly educated superstitious rabble, and he was scared out of his socks.
It stared up at Grom with gaping eye sockets, and laughed at him with yellow teeth.
Using a wide broom, Grom gingerly shifted the body off the stone, only to have it crumble into pieces.
When Heidi Fenstermaker discovered that Grom was regularly bedding nine of the fourteen female interns, she became hysterically jealous.
Even after Grom began using his powder for other purposes he still enjoyed many and various sexual exploits.
By then Grom had engineered for himself a rapid rise through the ranks of the tiny Union Island government bureaucracy and was already chief of staff to the island administrator.
Since no elected official in his right mind would support Union Island independence, Grom needed the powder to make it happen.
He took a table on the top tier and watched Greg Grom perform below, at the best seat in the house.
By then Greg Grom had finished his public pie-eating and was delivering a brief speech on the indomitable spirit on the Smoky Mountain folk.
He moved with inhuman silence, and Greg Grom, president of Union Island, never knew the Master of Sinanju was with him.